Author Nomie Eve spoke with Philadelphia Stories about her new novel, Henna House.
In 2001, Nomi Eve’s first novel, The Family Orchard was published by Alfred Knopf with a print run of 100,000. It was a Book-of-the-Month Club selection and was nominated for a National Jewish Book Award. It also received positive reviews from the New York Times, Newsday and Time magazine.
Her place is about 5,500 popsical sticks square,
a little bigger than my shotgun apartment.
long journey down to the river
It’s possible as art:
White violets and woodsmoke,
Good dogs and bad boys
Fooling around down in the ravine,
I confess that I frequently judge books by their titles. In some cases, this kind of snap decision works every time.
On a Saturday morning in late September, while waiting for her estranged husband Del to arrive
The Mass is ended.